How to get a palm's "mouse" event?

Gustafsson, Bjorn Bjorn.Gustafsson "at" delaval.com
Thu, 17 Aug 2000 09:35:02 +0000


I'm not sure what you mean, since a simple "move" (not drag) of the stylus
doesn't register (since the stylus isn't touching the screen, cause that
would be a drag (no pun intended)). Or perhaps I didn't understand your
question.

After a quick check of "event.h" in Codewarrior (OS 3.1 support), i found
the following pen events:

penDownEvent, which would be well... pen down..
penUpEvent, and pen up...
penMoveEvent, and (very likely) a drag with the stylus.

Just don't ask me anything more complicated :)

   /Bjorn (Bjvrn)
   (amazing how an o with two dots becomes a 'v', isn't it?)

-----Original Message-----
From: Chang Kuang [mailto:kch "at" MIT.EDU]
Sent: den 16 augusti 2000 21:10
To: vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com
Subject: How to get a palm's "mouse" event?


Hi, All.
I am writing something that can respond to VNC client's mousemove event.
I've finished the Windows Client, the CE Client, and the Java Client, but I
do
not how to get the Palm's "mouse" event? Is it fired when the user drags
(not
moves) his stylus?
Thanks.


Chang Kuang			http://drim.mit.edu
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